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Page 18-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 10, 1992

SUMMER
" Continued from page 11
only because you can't believe how
ridiculous the filmmakers were
willing to sink in order to set things
on fire. Though Aliens3 has some
interesting visuals, can anyone be-
sides a handful of chemistry majors
explain what happens to that alien at
the end of the movie? Speaking of

the film's ending, did the (nu-
merous) screenwriters think no one
would notice that the finale was
stolen from Terminator 2?
Another question. Who exactly is
responsible for allowing Housesitter
and Universal Soldier to be made?
Finally, with Far and Away , Ron
Howard has finally found something
cheesier and more bland than his
portrayal of Richie Cunningham on
Happy Days.

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Maybe the best thing that can be
said about this summer is that it's
over. But take heart. The tempera-
tures are falling, and as Hollywood
gears up for Oscar season, there's
sure to be a few winners in theaters
very soon: look for Woody Allen's
Husbands and Wives, a new Ridley
Scott with 1492 and an old Ridley
Scott with the director's cut of Blade
Runner, and a new Ingmar Bergman
film, sort of: The Best Intentions.

FEST
Continued from page 16
of the acts on the bill either played in
one of the original Festivals or come
from the Ann Arbor/Detroit area, in-
cluding the Chisel Bros.
If the Festival is going to work,
and remain a yearly extravaganza,
local support is crucial. From
spreading the show from an outdoor
park to Crisler Arena and the
Michigan Theater to using local
firms for sponsorship and supplies,
the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz

Festival does more than bring great
music to our backyard.
"There's too much support for
this," says Andrews. "I think this
Festival is just perfect with every-
thing else in Ann Arbor that goes on.
"We've chosen a time not to
interfere with anybody else. We
wanted students back badly because
you've got some pretty smart
musical students in this town
although it isn't geared to attract
students per se."
Though this Festival is being
promulgated as a family event, there

will be more than just such units in
attendance. Whiteall agrees.
"I worked on this MC5 reunion
about four months ago and it was a
very similar thing," he says.
"Back then, we were all eighteen
year olds, the audience. But at this
reunion, there were all these
eighteen year olds and us forty year
olds, it was a big mix. I suspect that
this (Festival) will have a wide-
range of ages."
If it works, imagine next year's
bill.

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He's mean, he's lean, and he's in a nouvelle Western schizophrenic, anti-violence, shoot-em-up flick. Oh, Clint.

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